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She noticed that he was in the uniform of an Italian captain, and that he wore the red star of ELAS clumsily sewn into the front of his cap.
My mother followed his gaze: a little metal stove empty of wood, boot prints across the plywood hammered against the window frame, a map of the pre-war Soviet Union on the wall left by the school principal, green and brown in the middle, blue in the north, with a big red star for Moscow, where Dr. Kremer grew up.
Kialinninni's sun was a dim red star marked on Roman's helm display by a flashing circle, moving with the rest of the stars across the screen as Sleipnir came around in a gentle arc to line up with it.
The first and obvious answer lay in what Lazenby had been saying; the carrier had been trapped by the gravitational pull of a small red star and had fallen onto the surface of a planet.
He was delighted, and we went in during the hymn, and when Lefty Gillingham, who stamped the attendance cards, saw him, he gave us a sympathetic wink and stamped us with a red star instead of a blue one, as though we had been early.